Last semester, a number of instructors ran an assignment to expand the Antología abierta de literatura hispana (Open Anthology of Hispanic Literature, AALH). The AALH is a collection of public-domain texts from the Hispanic world, with critical introductions and annotations in Spanish by undergraduate students in Julie Ward’s Introduction to Hispanic Literature and Culture course at the University of Oklahoma. It is intended as a freely accessible digital resource for students of Hispanic literature, and proposes an inclusive, broad, and evolving definition of the canon.
Now, the first set of content is in, and we’re working toward integrating these student submissions into the anthology. We’re looking for a copy editor proficient in Spanish for the submissions at hand, and those to come in the next few months (on a rolling basis). If you’re interested in participating as a copy editor, let us know in the Rebus Community forum!